Advertising

Our publications reach out to people of all ages and all walks of life: from children, parents and teachers in Catholic schools; professionals looking to engage in ethical issues related to their work; retirees looking for something deeper in their lives; and many people in between. 

Advertisers appreciate our ability to engage with audiences, as well as the values that our publications represent. Here are some of the platforms that we have available. 

For all advertising enquiries please contact jon.hammond@jesuitcommunications.com.au

 

 

 

 

  • Australian Catholics is Australia’s only national magazine written for Catholics of all ages, and from all walks of life. 
  • Published four times a year: Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer. 
  • Circulating with the official approval of the Catholic Church, but is editorially independent.
  • Film, music, social justice, interviews, opinion, reviews and a broad spirituality are all embraced in the Australian Catholics editorial mix. 
  • Engages readers from the first page, because it’s aim is to be entertaining, informative and relevant to all Australian Catholics. 
  • It provides a great advertising opportunity because it delivers reach and intimacy.
  • Has won awards for its content and layout from both the Australasian Catholic Press Association and the Australasian Religious Press Association. 
  • Has a CAB audited circulation of 126,666 (October 2017).
  • Each issue has a Schools edition and a Parish edition. Content is also available online, along with further resources.

The magazine has two e-newsletters: Catholic Teacher is sent out weekly during school term, offering articles and resources for teachers in Catholic schools. Parish Life is sent out weekly throughout the year, offering reflections and resources for Sunday Mass.

Available: Print advertising, website advertising, enews advertising.

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As the leading national magazine of spirituality and prayer, Madonna, a magazine with more than 100 years of continuous publication, is now published four times a year, with a circulation of 4,500 copies per issue and a readership of more than 18,000. Its readership is:

  • Parish workers, religious education coordinators, teachers, schools, catechists and others interested in exploring their faith.
  • Predominantly 50+ years of age
  • Retired (60%)
  • Have grandchildren (more than 50%)
  • Extremely loyal to the magazine with an average subscription of 10+yrs
  • Use the magazine for prayer on a daily basis
  • Highly responsive to promotions run by the magazine
  • Keep the magazine for 3-6 months (over a third)
  • Share Madonna with others after they have finished with it (50%)

Available: Print advertising, website advertising.

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Eureka Street is a vibrant and growing digital platform for sharing new ideas and commentary on current events in politics and culture. Established in 1991, it has long been one of the most respected independent publications in Australia. 

  •  leading, balanced analysis of local and international politics, culture, religion and current affairs, from an independent perspective
  • diverse stable of respected writers who range from veteran commentators to cage-rattling digital natives
  • High spending power, and open to the online marketplace 
  • Politically aware, computer literate and well-educated 
  • Regularly consumes products related to literature, arts and entertainment 
  • Engaged in current debates on culture and society 
  • Interested in current theological questions

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Pray.com.au is a free daily prayer service, providing reflections on the day’s Gospel readings as well as other articles exploring people’s experiences of God.

Each day, Pray brings you reflections on the Gospel readings to help you connect with God in your life, while the blog is updated weekly.
Available: enews advertising

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With Faith Doing Justice we seek to present articles that best illuminate the charism of the Society of Jesus, 'a faith that does justice'. We look for current articles on a range of websites that best illustrate the principles of Catholic social teaching in everyday life under broad topics such as indigenous, refugees, environment, politics. The four key principles of Catholic social teaching we focus on are:

  • human dignity – the centrality of the person made in the image and likeness of God
  • the common good – the interconnectedness of humanity with each other and with animals, birds and the earth
  • subsidiarity – full participation in decision-making that concerns those affected, and
  • solidarity – humans can only grow and achieve our potential in relationship with others including the earth, animals and other organisms. 

Advertising available.

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